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12 Best Cabin Rentals in Prescott, Arizona

by Brittany Varano

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Just a 90 minute drive from Phoenix, Prescott is a favorite of desert dwellers looking to escape to milder summer weather.

Located in Central Arizona, Prescott also offers excellent outdoor adventure opportunities, ranging from hiking and biking to boating and fishing and more!

This charming little town is home to an interesting coal mining history that you can still see scattered in downtown Prescott today — like the infamous Whiskey Row, where numerous historic saloons stand side-by-side. The historic courthouse square right across the street is an impressive sight too.

Staying a comfortable cabin is the best way to set up a home base for exploring this lovely part of Arizona. So to help kick off your travel planning, here are 12 of our favorite Prescott cabin rentals.

Considering camping out too? Here’s our guide to best camping near Prescott.

1. Pet-Friendly Home

Pet-Friendly Home

Why you should stay: Take in panoramic mountain views of Prescott Valley from the large covered deck.

  • Sleeps: 6
  • Minimum stay: 2 nights
  • Pets allowed: yes

This Pet-friendly home perched on the top of a hill is perfect for small family gatherings or events. Spend quality time together in 2,400 square feet of space, and enjoy the bbq grill and cushioned patio furniture on the covered deck where you can witness stunning sunset views.

There are comfortable sleeping arrangements provided for up to six guests found in three total bedrooms. The home’s game room with pool table and foosball welcomes friendly competition, and the wood-burning stove adds a nice touch to any chilly evening.

2. Mountain Home in the Pines

Mountain Home in the Pines

Why you should stay: Cozy home nestled near the pines of the National Forest, filled with game night essentials like foosball and ping pong.

  • Sleeps: 14
  • Minimum stay: 2 nights
  • Pets allowed: no

Stay just 15 minutes from the city in Mountain Home in the Pines. Up to fourteen guests can sleep peacefully spread out amongst the four bedrooms, futons and sleeper sofa. There are also three bathrooms, so there’s no need to worry about fighting over the shower in the morning.

Game enthusiasts will be pleased to find board games, card games, and ladder golf provided. Not to mention the foosball table, ping pong table, and Xbox that make it all too easy to have family game nights during your stay. When you’re not gaming, kick back and relax on the outdoor covered patio.

3. Groom Creek Cabin

Groom Creek Cabin

Why you should stay: A quiet cabin stay overlooking a bubbling creek near excellent hiking and biking trails.

  • Sleeps: 5
  • Minimum stay: 2 nights
  • Pets allowed: no

Enjoy the quiet bliss of seclusion in this Groom Creek Cabin. The home is entirely encompassed by a wooded lot located ten minutes away from Prescott by car, and only five minutes from Goldwater Lake. You’ll also be conveniently near popular hiking and biking trails in the forest.

When you step inside, you’ll be immediately taken by the brand new kitchen. Featuring a custom penny backsplash, grainy wooden cabinets, and sparkling stainless steel appliances, you can whip up any meal in this well-appointed kitchen. The stone fireplace in the living room and ladder leading to the loft add charm to this two-bedroom home.

4. Secluded Family Cabin

Secluded Family Cabin

Why you should stay: Experience adventure at this beautiful cabin that overlooks fantastic views.

  • Sleeps: 11
  • Minimum stay: 2 nights
  • Pets allowed: no

The excitement of staying in the Secluded Family Cabin begins the moment you turn onto the backwoods road to get to the property. All-wheel drive or 4WD is recommended for all seasons, and you should mentally prepare for an exciting ride zig-zagging up the mountain.

Once you’ve made the journey, you’ll realize it was all worth it for this gorgeous Prescott cabin rental. This four-bedroom, three-bath home is perched on the top of a ridge and offers incredible, unobstructed views from the balcony. Did I mention there’s a hot tub too?

5. Prescott A-Frame

Prescott A-Frame

Why you should stay: Pet-friendly A-frame cabin surrounded by picturesque ponderosa pines.

  • Sleeps: 6
  • Minimum stay: 2 nights
  • Pets allowed: yes

This Prescott A-frame cabin rental checks all the boxes needed for a comfortable stay — it’s unique and gorgeous inside and out. Cathedral style windows greet you from the start and allow endless forest views and sunshine to fill the vaulted ceilings of the living room. Snuggle up next to the indoor fireplace or head outside for a BBQ out on the wooden deck.

Historic downtown Prescott is just 6 miles away, and Prescott National Forest is also a short drive away. We imagine you’ll leave feeling rejuvenated and re-energized after your stay here.

6. Prescott Getaway

Prescott Getaway

Why you should stay: Peaceful Prescott cabin rental with outdoor fire pit and wraparound deck.

  • Sleeps: 8
  • Minimum stay: 2 nights
  • Pets allowed: no

If you’re seeking a charming home-away-from-home, check out the Prescott Getaway. Designed around an open-concept floor plan, there’s more than enough room for up to eight guests.

The master bedroom and bath are quite large and make you feel like you’re staying in a luxury suite. The second bedroom, loft with full daybeds, and lush sleeper sofas also promise a night of restful sleep for visitors. End your days sitting outside under the stars, roasting marshmallows in the roaring bonfire.

7. Cozy Cabin

Cozy Cabin

Why you should stay: Charming cabin in the woods with beautiful artistic decor.

  • Sleeps: 5
  • Minimum stay: 5 nights
  • Pets allowed: no

The recently renovated Cozy Cabin is a stunner. Sure to impress those with an eye for interior design, the new kitchen has unique green cabinets and a white mermaid tiled backsplash.

The living room has an understated style that will effortlessly make you feel right at home, especially after you light the fireplace. The house overlooks Thumb Butte and is an easy 15-minute drive away from downtown Prescott.

8. Prescott Cabin

Prescott Cabin

Why you should stay: Sunny family home just minutes from downtown Prescott.

  • Sleeps: 8
  • Minimum stay: 2 nights
  • Pets allowed: no

Clean, crisp lines fill the senses at this Prescott cabin surrounded by the towering pines of the National Forest. Vaulted ceilings and tall windows brighten the home, while calming tones of blue furniture radiate tranquility. In the kitchen, you’ll find everything you need for cooking and baking. Plus, three attractive bedrooms and a sleeping loft are ready to accommodate eight guests.

Make the most of your stay by utilizing the BBQ and eating out in the fresh air on the deck. The main Prescott attractions like Whiskey Row, Watson Lake, and the streets of downtown are only minutes away.

9. Rustic Prescott Cabin

Rustic Prescott Cabin

Why you should stay: An architecturally unique desert cabin with outdoorsy inspired decor.

  • Sleeps: 6
  • Minimum stay: 2-3 nights
  • Pets allowed: yes

The living spaces of this rustic Prescott cabin exude mountain charm. Hardwood flooring and natural wood ceilings compliment the forest backdrop that lights up the space through the A-frame style windows. The wood-burning fireplace takes center stage and lights up your evenings of good food, family game time, and meaningful conversation.

A 1,000 square foot deck wraps around a significant portion of the home, where guests can comfortably relax outside and maybe even glimpse some of the local wildlife in the forest. Lynx Lake is very close to the property, so you can easily hike, bike, and fish from the house!

10. Countryside Cabin

Countryside Cabin

Why you should stay: A new homey vacation rental in Prescott located in a private wooded area.

  • Sleeps: 6
  • Minimum stay: 2-3 nights
  • Pets allowed: no

For those who enjoy ample privacy, the stylish Countryside Cabin boasts a private fenced-in yard, tucked into a lovely wooded plot of land in the Prescott National Forest. The hosts provide wood for the fire pit, and there’s also a BBQ grill and outdoor dining table on the deck for picnics in the summer.

Some of the best things to do in Prescott are super close to this two-bedroom rental. The National Forest is right in your backyard, while downtown Prescott and popular Watson Lake are under ten minutes away by car.

11. Cabin in the Woods

Cabin in the Woods

Why you should stay: A peaceful cabin set amongst tall ponderosa pines on an acre of land.

  • Sleeps: 8
  • Minimum stay: 2-4 nights
  • Pets allowed: yes

We love this classic Cabin in the Woods. The A-frame style architecture, spiral staircase to the upper loft, and double decks make for a memorable Prescott vacation.

The home has three bedrooms and two baths with sleeping arrangements to accommodate no more than eight guests. The backyard has a lovely patio offering even more outdoor seating space, and can also be used as a convenient exit.

12. Log Cabin

Log Cabin

Why you should stay: A colorfully unique log cabin with central A/C and a pleasant deck.

  • Sleeps: 4
  • Minimum stay: 2 nights
  • Pets allowed: no

Who doesn’t love the rare opportunity to stay in an authentic log cabin? What makes this log cabin so unique, is the vibrant pops of color that fill the interior of the home — it’s enough to raise your spirits the second you enter.

This Prescott cabin rental is perfect for a small family of four itching to get out, hike the national forest, explore the charm of this downtown mountain city, and enjoy the rare opportunity to relax in nature.

Plan Your Trip to Prescott, Arizona

Obviously, we don’t visit a new place just for the fantastic vacation rentals! Before you head to Arizona, check out these awesome things to do in Prescott and the surrounding area.

Where to Stay in Arizona

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